Investing in Georgia - Economic Development Newsletter - February 2014

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Welcome to King & Spalding's economic development news bulletin,Investing in Georgia. In this edition, you will find:

- A summary of some key legislation impacting economic development, as the Georgia General Assembly heads toward Crossover Day

- An interesting report from the National League of Cities on ten critical imperatives facing cities in 2014

- A review of some key changes in leadership in our state in 2014.

We hope you find this helpful, as we partner to keep Georgia a great place to live and work!

- Excerpt from Recent Developments:

The Times, They Are a-Changin. There are a number of significant changes in leadership around the State of Georgia in 2014. Senator Saxby Chambliss, our senior U.S. senator, announced that he will not seek a third term in 2014, triggering a lively contest to succeed him. Georgia Department of Economic Development Commissioner Chris Cummisky recently stepped down, and was replaced in late 2013 by Chris Carr, former chief of staff for U.S. Senator Johnny Isakson. Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce President Sam Williams retired at the end of 2013 after 17 years of service, and was replaced by Hala Moddelmog, the first woman to run the Chamber in its 154 years history.

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